Ladies please Gaines with 3-1 start
Weary is a mere description of how the Rappahannock Lady Raiders Basketball
Lexi Hanks (right), of Rappahannock, is leading the team in assists after the opening week of the regular season.
Team was viewed by the end of the weekend.
Playing four games in six days to open the season, the Lady Raiders rallied in the final quarter of the Northern Neck Rivalry Tip-Off to take a 3-1 start to the season.
Rappahannock Head Coach Ellen Gaines said she was pleased about how they handled the intense week. She was proud of their late rally to earn their third victory on the season outscoring their opponent, Essex, 22-14 in the second half.
On Dec. 2 in Warsaw, the ladies defended their home court in their season opener winning 61-25 over King & Queen. Then in the following three away games, the Lady Raiders lost to Charles City, 48-44, but defeated Mathews 46-41 and Essex, 45-33, in the Northern Neck Rivalry Tip-Off Classic at Lancaster High School.
“I think we played well in four games in six days and was pleased with their play,” Gaines said.
Selene Epps led the Raiders scoring in all four games last week. On opening night, Epps scored 31 points against King & Queen to open the season.